Fan Spinning Slower Than Usual

Hello, I have Rosewill RFX-120 120mm case fan, which is rated for 87 CFM at 38 dBA max: http://www.rosewill.com/products/s_520/productDetail.htm. I use it for a rear exhaust fan, and it is connected to my motherboard. A few days ago, I stuck a Scythe Ultra Kaze 3k RPM in one of my spare mobo connectors, which made the Rosewill fan stop spinning. After I restarted the computer and replaced everything, I noticed that the fan was quieter and weaker than usual. I connected it directly to the PSU, but with the same results. Speedfan and HardwareMonitor show that the fan is running at 2000 RPM instead of 2200 (+/-10%). A little clarification would be greatly appreciated.
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  2. I'm not sure why it did that. Try using an application (like SpeedFan) to check the speed and maybe try to increase the speed.

    Also a manual fan controller can also do the trick.
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